Missile Strikes on Ukraine Kill at Least 21 Near Odesa

7/1/2022 6:19:00 PM

The strikes hit a residential tower and a recreational center in a coastal town southwest of the Black Sea port city of Odesa.

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The Russia n missile strikes, which took place overnight, hit a residential tower and a recreational center in a coastal town southwest of the Black Sea port city of Odesa.

The strikes hit a residential tower and a recreational center in a coastal town southwest of the Black Sea port city of Odesa.

10:54 a.m. ETAt least 21 people were killed and dozens were injured when Russian missiles struck a residential tower and a recreational center in a coastal town southwest of the Black Sea port of Odesa early Friday, Ukrainian officials said.One of the missiles hit a nine-story residential tower in Serhiivka, about 50 miles southwest of Odesa, killing 16 and injuring at least 38, according to Ukraine’s state emergency service. Another hit a recreational center, where five died and one was injured, emergency officials said

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Russian missiles kill 20 in strikes on Odesa apartments, recreation center, Ukraine says Russia n missiles struck an apartment building near the Ukrainian city of Odesa early on Friday, leaving at least 20 people — including a child — dead, officials said. Something needs to happen to Russia. And I’m not talking lip service.

Russian missiles kill at least 19 in Ukraine's Odesa regionUkrainian authorities say Russia n missile attacks on residential buildings in a coastal town near the port city of Odesa have killed at least 19 people, including two children.

At Least 18 People Dead After Russian Missiles Strike Residential Building In OdesaAccording to Ukrainian officials, three Russia n missiles struck a nine-story residential building and a recreational center early on Friday morning. Hope the war will be over soon Welp, at least it was vacant because more deaths would of been reported

Ukraine says 18 killed as Russian missiles slam into homes near port city of Odesa'A terrorist country is killing our people,' said Ukrainian President Zelenskyy's chief of staff. 'In response to defeats on the battlefield, they fight civilians.' RussiaIsATerroristState

At Least 14 Dead in Russian Missile Attack on Odesa Residential BuildingsVideo of the pre-dawn attack showed the charred remains of buildings in Odesa.

Russian missiles kill 20 in strikes on Odesa apartments, recreation center, Ukraine says Russia n missiles struck an apartment building near the Ukrainian city of Odesa early on Friday, leaving at least 20 people — including a child — dead, officials said. Something needs to happen to Russia. And I’m not talking lip service.

July 1, 2022, 10:54 a.Das mobile Klimagerät, das Ihren Sommer verändern wird..three Russian missiles struck a nine-story building and a recreational center early on Friday, destroying its outer wall and some of its floors.

m. ET At least 21 people were killed and dozens were injured when Russian missiles struck a residential tower and a recreational center in a coastal town southwest of the Black Sea port of Odesa early Friday, Ukrainian officials said. Several officers were shot at the scene in Floyd County. One of the missiles hit a nine-story residential tower in Serhiivka, about 50 miles southwest of Odesa, killing 16 and injuring at least 38, according to Ukraine’s state emergency service. Another hit a recreational center, where five died and one was injured, emergency officials said on Telegram . 10h ago Factbox-Russia ramps up missile strikes in Ukraine The number of Russian missile strikes on Ukraine has more than doubled in the last two weeks and a Ukrainian brigadier general said on Thursday that Moscow was using inaccurate Soviet-era missiles for more than half of the attacks. Rescuers completed the search for bodies at the tower, which was home to more than 100 people and which was destroyed on one side, according to the regional military administration. First, they cover their criminal actions with an ‘act of goodwill,’ and then launch rocket attacks on our peaceful cities,” Tymoshenko said in his Telegram post echoing Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s condemnation of Russian attacks on civilian sites as acts of terrorism.

They were still going through the rubble of the recreational center, officials said. 24, denies targeting civilians and says it hits only military infrastructure. The missiles struck around 1 a.m. 21h ago Analysis-After abortion, conservative U. The Kremlin’s spokesman, Dmitri S. Peskov, again denied on Friday that Russia was targeting any civilian infrastructure. justices take aim at other precedents The U. One of the most devastating attacks took place earlier this week as Russian missiles struck a crowded shopping mall in the city of Kremenchuk, resulting in at least 19 confirmed deaths.

“I would like to again remind you of the words of the president of the Russian Federation and commander in chief that the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation are not working against civilian targets in the course of the special military operation,” Mr. Peskov said in his daily conference call with reporters. Supreme Court's conservative majority has shown in its blockbuster abortion ruling and other high-profile decisions in recent days that it is fearless when it comes to overturning - and even ignoring - historic precedents. Russia’s targets, he said, included ammunition and arms depots, plants that manufacture and repair military equipment, and places where “foreign mercenaries” and “nationalist elements” are based and trained. The details of the missile attacks could not immediately be verified. Among the cases the court already has taken up for its next term, starting in October, are two that give its conservative bloc an opportunity to end college and university policies considering race in admissions to achieve more student diversity - an approach the court upheld in a 2003 precedent and reaffirmed in 2016. The attacks came as Russian troops withdrew from Snake Island in the Black Sea, about 20 miles off Ukraine’s southern coast, after repeated assaults by Ukrainian forces.

The withdrawal was expected to undermine Russia’s control of vital grain shipping lanes from Odesa. Odesa has long been coveted by President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, whose forces have continued to display willingness to target civilians during the war. Previous Russian targets have included .